A computer center can change the destiny of 900 Venezuelan women, helping them to take control of their economic lives and giving them tools to overcome poverty. We want to give a hand to Aliadas en Cadena, a non-profit organization that advances women's human rights in Venezuela, in order to open a new computer center with six new desk computers to help 900 low-income women/yearly. There, they will receive training courses in technology, and thus they'll have access to a better life quality.
In Venezuela, the underprivileged women are the highest impact population for a social program. They are the breadwinners and leaders of family structures that typically lack fathers or stable male partners. Is the first country in South America with the highest teen pregnancy rate, and young women high school dropout rates. Aliadas en Cadena seeks to provide these women the space, the tools, and the support to allow their growth, empowerment and betterment of their lives and their families.
We will help unemployed women to take control of their economic lives through computer training courses, employment skills, office skills, personal development, money management skills and support for business startups. This program will provide opportunities for women to improve their social and economic well-being, helping them to find and keep well-paying jobs and entrepreneurship's projects, to promote their economic security, health, safety, education and leadership.
Aliadas en Cadena brings an innovative program to help diminish gender issues as: less education, unemployment, poverty, health problems, single parent home and unplanned pregnancy of Venezuelan's women. An empowered woman has the tools to achieve economic and interpersonal growth. It is the single most effective strategy to ensure the well-being of their children and the long-term success of developing economies. When you strengthen a woman, you strengthen her family.